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Brexit wounds: Irish companies halt expansion plans

Plan to target London banking giants; Payments to farmers under threat; Taoiseach wants role in Brexit talks

3rd July, 2016

The economic impact of Brexit is beginning to hit Ireland as business deals seize up, farmers have been warned grants may be cut and the Taoiseach is preparing to step up his efforts to be directly involved in negotiating Britain’s departure from the EU to ensure our existing relationship will not be damaged.

After a rollercoaster week on financial markets, the direct cost of Brexit is being assessed. The Sunday Business Post can...

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